Police release CCTV image in bid to find man after pyro device pushed through letterbox causes fire

The device caused a small fire which damaged the property

<p>Police have issued CCTV to identify this man after a pyro device was pushed through a letterbox causing a fire in a Bristol home.</p>

Police have issued CCTV to identify this man after a pyro device was pushed through a letterbox causing a fire in a Bristol home.

Avon and Somerset Police has issued the image of a man its officers would like to identify in connection with an incident in which a pyrotechnic-style device was posted through the letterbox of a home in Bristol.

The incident happened at a property in the Wootton Road area of St Annes, at around 6pm on October 11. The device caused a small fire, resulting in minor damage. The fire was extinguished by firefighters from Bedminster Fire Station. The man in the image is described as mixed race, late teens or early twenties, and he was wearing a dark top, black tracksuit bottoms with a white Puma logo, and he was also carrying a bag.

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